Top Project Management Salaries Across the globe, as reported by PMI’s 2011 survey: Switzerland: US$ 160,409 Australia: US$ 139,497 Germany: US$ 110,347 The Netherlands: $109,775 Belgium: $108,750 USA: $105,000 Canada: $98,517 Ireland: $101,635 United Kingdom: $96,384 New Zealand: $91,109 The one constant we see is that all these countries have high levels of development. With…

The first 90 percent of the code accounts for the first 90 percent of the development time. The remaining 10 percent of the code accounts for the other 90 percent of the development time. Tom Cargill. Bell Labs. It sounds a bit funny, yet so many times it’s true. The question is why? The reason…

Kanban: Fly Different – An Introduction

Several people have asked me to explain the basics of Kanban’s Agile approach to Software Development. This presentation is a simple, straight forward, fun way to get what Kanban is all about. Feel free to comment on it, or contribute for a future revision. You can click below to see it: (Source: http://www.slideshare.net/)

jhurtado-deactivated20130607: Less noise, less “information”, leads to less stress and that equals more peace. Image Credits: here. Which is actually one of the main principles of Kanban: Limit Work in Progress. A blog post about this topic will come since it’s also an essential part of HKanban. However in the meantime this post by Matthias…

Beyond the 3 Project Management Constraints - The Agile Kanban Contribution  Traditionally Project Management has identified three constraints that must be managed to achieve success on any project, namely: Time: or the schedule, to meet deadlines and deliver Money: our available budget, and financial resources Scope: extent of work that has to be performed. Collectively they are…